Effective Black Parenting Program, which is based on an achievement orientation to African American parenting, provides an excellent learning and relearning context to help parents of African American children do the best job possible. Its basic ideas are derived from the writings of African American parenting scholars, from research with African American parents, and from adaptations of parenting skills that have been found helpful in raising children of all ethnic and socioeconomic backgrounds.
The program provides parents effective skills to manage such child behaviors as:
The skills and strategies that parents are taught to increase their children’s self-esteem and cooperation, and to non-violently manage the above behaviors, include:
- Learning How To Pinpoint and Chart Child Behaviors
- Effective Praise
- Mild Social Disapproval
- Systematic Ignoring
- Time Out from Social Attention
- Special Incentives
- Family Rule Guidelines
For more information please contact Morgan Wortham at 234-7600.